Follow On WhatsApp Join Now
Follow On Telegram Join Now

Friday, May 10, 2024

Apple issues an apology for a recent advertisement for the iPad Pro.

Apple issues an apology for Ad

Apple issues an apology for a recent advertisement for the iPad Pro.

Apple has issued an apology, acknowledging that its most recent iPad Pro commercial "missed the mark."

Internet users reacted negatively to the advertisement, which Apple CEO Tim Cook shared on social media on Tuesday, claiming that it praised the devastation of human creativity and the arts by technology.

Tor Myhren, Apple's vice president of marketing communications, expressed regret in a statement to AdAge.

"At Apple, creativity is in our DNA, and we place a great deal of importance on designing products that enable creatives everywhere." Our intention is always to highlight the various ways that iPad users express themselves and realize their ideas, according to Myhren. "We apologize; we feel that this video fell short."

Apple declined to comment further, but it did validate the statement it gave to AdAge.

An arcade video game from the 1980s, paint cans, musical instruments, and a bust of a head crushed by a massive hydraulic press are among the creative symbols depicted in the advertisement. Apple's new iPad Pro is unveiled as the hydraulic press's metal slabs lift.

"Introducing the new iPad Pro—the tiniest product we've ever made, the most sophisticated display we've ever made, and the M4 chip's amazing power. In a post on X that went along with the video, Cook wrote, "Just imagine all the things it'll be used to create."

The advertisement immediately drew criticism from the internet. One person said, "The symbolism of indiscriminately crushing beautiful creative tools is an interesting choice." Another person commented, "This ad effectively convinced me I need less technology in my life."

Amidst growing concerns that AI could replace labor, even those in creative areas, several users deemed the advertisement to be in terrible taste. On social media, actor Hugh Grant claimed that Apple's advertisement exemplified "the destruction of the human experience."

AdAge reports that Apple no longer intends to air the commercial on TV.

Although Cook's X account still has the advertisement, Apple made a rare mea culpa.

Dear Readers, We want to inform you that the website is your go-to destination for a wide array of content related to news. Our platform aggregates articles from various internet sources and supplements them with our research, allowing us to offer a unique perspective on various topics. While we strive for accuracy and depth, please understand that the information provided on our website is intended for general informational purposes only. We urge readers to verify important details independently or seek professional advice before relying on any content for decision-making purposes. It's important to note that our team may modify content to ensure clarity, relevance, and originality. By accessing TAMILGUN.CYOU, users acknowledge and accept our editorial approach to content presentation. Thank you for your continued support as we strive to provide engaging and informative content about different topics. Warm regards, TAMILGUN NEWS Editorial Team

The tamilgun is a website that helps you to get info online from the industry.


Do Not Forget To Bookmark Our Tamilgun 2024 - Tamilgun News - Tamil gun - TAMILGUN Site For More Info.

Creative Common Tamil Gun Copyright ©.